Marion Darrieutort, CEO of Elan Edelman Communication Agency: Marion Darrieutort managed to mix the dress codes of the work in company with classy or rock pieces to impose his style “corporate glam” or “corporate punk” as qualifies his team.
No doubt, she has become a great inspiration for women in all over the world. She is a graduate in businessadministration with math’s and communication subjects. Let’s find how she follows the fashion in business industry.
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Her style at work: according to his team, it’s “a mix of business dress codes twisted with classy or rock, corporate style glam or corporate punk”. “It took me a few years to assume to dare my own style without falling into the established and coded mold of professional life. Now I feel free and independent from the codes in force, I play without ever locking myself in it. Which allows me to align my style with my personality? An eternal quest in a way”
Her essential: trousers that adapt to any type of meeting and appointments. Her outfit, summarizing those of everyday, is articulated around a slim black or gray comfortable from BLK DNM or from Zara, of Dior black patent pumps, of a Claudian collar blouse of Chloe, and of ‘a very fitting black tuxedo jacket Saint Laurent. “It gives me confidence in myself.”
The key pieces of her wardrobe: a black biker jacket and a Céline perfecto burgundy biker jacket that can be worn at work, an oversized coat also Celine brand to put on the shoulders between two appointments, so chic, a Miu Miu pale pink dress with floral prints that makes her feel very feminine and Gucci moccasins in “totally regressive” fur. The 2.55 Chanel bag is one of its key pieces, which she does not hesitate to associate with soft joggings for air travel and stoles found at L’Eclaireur.
Her favorite creators: “I love Miuccia Prada for Miu Miu because she always has a head start, she is very visionary and the lines are trendy and ultra-feminine. At the same level, Phoebe Philo at Celine for her coats and oversize pants both very elegant and feminine. I also liked the strict and rock lines of the Hedi Slimane era at Saint Laurent. But I never fail to mix designer pieces with more affordable clothes like those at IRO, The Kooples or even Zara. “
Her favorite accessories:“my lucky charm ring, the” Panther “from Cartier, which for me is the symbol of the independent woman. It is ideal for twister a serious outfit. On the wrist, she associates a Rolex Oyster Perpetual (my first used branded watch, which is as pure as it is no longer, made) to two yellow and pink gold bracelets welded directly on her wrist. The VM Workshop and She also never separate from her Madlords ethnic bracelets, as well as her “Love” Cartier or Piaget “Possession” rushes.
At the feet: lacquered stilettos, pointed and with fine heels in all colors, “I find them at Dior or Sergio Rossi and I never choose a heel model of less than 8-10 cm, so I have it feeling of height. But I often change with more amazing models like Miu Miu Midnight Blue Velvet Shoes or Sarah Jessica Parker Metallic Gold Leather Pumps. I also have a series of black boots that go with everything, as well as Valentino ballerinas, Repetto of course, but also Miu Miu punk dance shoes. “
Her place of shopping: Le Bon Marche (1), to inspire and crack, Gallery 66 (2) on the Champs-Élysées for its very varied selection and always in tune with the times, Colette (3) to locate and then buy on Net-a-Porter.com. “But I am especially at Cécile Quintin Larcher’s (4) empty-dressing room, to which I buy and sell my high-end pieces, which allows me to buy regularly without ruining me. I am for the circular economy of fashion!